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Protect market share: Keeping AT&T customers in the face of increased competition
AT&T was losing iPhone exclusivity to Verizon – and with a reputation for dropped calls and spotty service, the company feared the worst. How could they win the market share battle?
As tempting as it was to talk about the limits of Verizon’s iPhone and network, it didn’t resonate.
Consumers instead were much more interested in hearing about what they did get uniquely as an AT&T customer, especially the ability to talk on the phone and surf the web at the same time. We developed an internal rallying cry of contrast without conflict, and helped AT&T focus on the positive.